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07 PhD Programs – Fully Funded at University of Lausanne, Switzerland

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University of Lausanne, Switzerland invites online application for multiple fully funded PhD Programs in various research areas. Candidates interested in fully funded PhD positions can check the details and may apply as soon as possible.

1. PhD Programs in Law & Economics

Summary of PhD Positions:

To complete the team, the Centre of Public Law of the Law School of the Faculty of Law, Criminal Justice and Public Administration is looking for a Doctoral assistant in Law & Economics.

Application Deadlines: 03.02.2023

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2. PhD Programs in biology & Nutrition

Summary of PhD Positions:

The Habib lab utilises tissue engineering to investigate aspects of embryogenesis and adult tissue formation. They use this knowledge to develop technologies that will promote tissue repair upon injury. For example, recently, using this approach they developed novel bandages that can promote bone repair in vivo. These technologies resulted in a patent, 107 news articles and a televised coverage in CBS-news.

Application Deadlines: 28.02.2023

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3. PhD Programs in Neuroscience

Summary of PhD Positions:

A PhD student position in Neuroscience is available in the group of Prof. Jean-Yves Chatton at the Department of Fundamental Neurosciences starting March/April 2023. We are interested in brain metabolism with our research projects centered on neuronal activity-glial cells coupling. We are currently investigating the impact of these interactions in neurodegenerative diseases and epilepsy. The project will focus on mitochondria in astrocytes and mitochondrial uncoupling; the successful candidate will work with novel optogenetic tools to achieve “on demand” control of mitochondrial activity in astrocytes to investigate astrocyte-neuron metabolic coupling and its contribution to aging, neurodegeneration, and epilepsy.

Application Deadlines: February 14, 2023

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4. PhD Programs in Organizational economics and governance

Summary of PhD Positions:

The Department of Strategy, Globalization and Society (SGS) of the School of Business and Economics at the University of Lausanne provides a stimulating, interdisciplinary research environment. We value the diversity of the expertise of the members of the department as well as the diversity of the departments at the School. We have a collegial atmosphere that makes it easy for us to carry out our research. Members of the Department have published in leading outlets such as the Strategic Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Academy of Management Journal, The Management Science, Administrative Science quarterly, Journal of Management, Academy of Management Annals, Journal of Management Studies, etc.

Application Deadlines: June 30th, 2023

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5. PhD Programs in Experimental taphonomy

Summary of PhD Positions:

One fully funded PhD position is currently available at the Institute of Earth Sciences at the University of Lausanne. The project is funded for four years and is supported by the Swiss National Science Foundation. The successful applicant will work under the supervision of Dr. Farid Saleh and Prof. Allison Daley.

The PhD project will focus on decaying different animal groups under varying environmental conditions. The results of this PhD will be combined with statistical data from the fossil record (collected by Dr. Saleh and colleagues), and a model constraining taphonomic variations based on both modern and fossil patterns will be built. This model will be used to coherently frame the early evolution of animals during the Cambrian explosion.

Application Deadlines: 20.02.2023

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6. PhD Programs in political science or history

Summary of PhD Positions:

The Institute of Geography and Sustainability (IGD) seeks to fill a position of Doctoral researcher for a period of 4 years within the SNSF-funded project Mountain COMmons: Questioning past and present Commons to address territorial development issues in MOUNTain areas (ComMount). The IGD is an interdisciplinary community of about 130 academics that work in the fields of Geography and Sustainability. With 27 professors and lecturers, and more than 60 PhD students and Post-docs, the department offers a vibrant, stimulating environment for cutting-edge research. It hosts regular lecture series and distinguished guest researchers from around the world.

Application Deadlines: 31.01.2023

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7. PhD Programs in new mountain commons and territorial development

Summary of PhD Positions:

The successful candidate will participate in the above-mentioned research project that UNIL (Prof. Leila Kebir, Prof. Emmanuel Reynard, and Prof. StĂ©phane Nahrath) is carrying out in collaboration with the UniversitĂ  della Svizzera italiana (Prof. Luigi Lorenzetti and Dr. Roberto Leggero) and the Centre rĂ©gional d’Ă©tude des populations alpines CREPA (Dr. Yann Decorzant). He/she will contribute to the realisation of the different research tasks as well as to the organisation of the project. In this context, he/she will complete a PhD thesis under the supervision of Prof. LeĂŻla Kebir and Prof. Emmanuel Reynard (UNIL-IGD).

In a context of global change, mountains are faced with major economic, social and environmental challenges. Among the different possible levers to respond and adapt to these challenges, “new commons” appear as potential ones. This interdisciplinary project (economics, geography, history and political science) aims to understand how these new commons – i.e. commons associated to the provision of goods and services from resources other than natural ones – are structured and organised and how they relate (or not) to the ‘historical commons’ that still exist in mountain regions.

Furthermore, we question the geographical, social, political and economic conditions of their emergence and development. In order to answer these questions, we will conduct in-depth interdisciplinary case studies in the Swiss Alpine region. This will allow us to understand the role of these new commons as a lever for territorial development (object of the present PhD thesis) and the evolution of territorial governance.

Application Deadlines: 31.01.2023

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